Conversations with Giants in Medicine 10.1172/JCI120979
First published April 2, 2018 - More info
Excerpt: Charles Sawyers of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has defined the molecular lesions that cause cancer and used these insights to develop new drugs. Specifically, Sawyers (Figure 1) was one of the critical members of the team that brought imatinib and dasatinib to bear on chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Furthermore,...
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